She alleged that her husband was assaulted by men sent by Mr Rupapara. Police officials, however, claim that her husband was injured in clashes a few days ago and a case has been registered.
The woman, native of Padadhari town in Rajkot, wanted Mr Rupapara's name included in the First Information Report and had earlier threatened to set herself on fire outside the chief minister's residence, according to news agency Press Trust of India.
A similar incident took place in Chennai, where a cab driver, assaulted by traffic policemen over a spot fine, set himself on fire in full public view. The 21-year-old man was fined allegedly for not wearing a seat-belt. A police officer was suspended in connection with the incident and the case was referred for a magisterial probe. Read more about it here.
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